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If you or someone you are aware of that is 2a strong that might run now is the time. This district spans half of Pickens, Gordon, Whitfield, Murray, and includes big cities of Dalton and Calhoun.
Underwood: http://www.daltondailycitizen.com/n...cle_c185f83c-ab54-59f4-9960-e2cbe95174ee.htmlTwo more republicans.
Underwood says her top priorities if elected would be education, religious freedom, the right to bear arms and economic development.
"My promise is I will represent and work for the citizens of our community and not the special interests in Atlanta," Underwood said. "Citizens in our community want their voices to be heard. The results of the presidential election have shown people want their issues addressed, not those of the special interest groups. I hear concerns about the future of health care, children's education, religious freedom and Second Amendment rights."
Well....A 21 yo is a kid now? A child? :rotfl:
They have been a legal adult for 3 years! LOL
https://www.facebook.com/William-Billy-Vinyard-for-Georgia-State-Senate-District-54-549811298542268/?fref=nf&pnref=storyOriginally Posted by mountainpass View Post
Two more republicans.
William "Billy" Vinyard for Georgia State Senate District 54 I totally and unequivocally support our 2nd Amendment rights as guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution. I pledge to the voters that I will work hard to strengthen and protect our rights to Keep and Bear Arms at the state level. I also pledge that I will oppose ANY legislative efforts to weaken these God given rights.
Goodson said she is pro-life and would like to see abortion legal only when the life of the mother is at stake and only as a last resort.
Peppers cited statistics showing that most women who have abortions already have children and are economically distressed. She said the key to reducing the number of abortions is to provide quality child care, which would allow women to work and to support their families.
Democrats have quietly supported Peppers, who is on the county's zoning board and served on the commission in the 1990s. She received national attention in the late 1990s for a lawsuit she brought against the Dalton Regional Youth Detention that exposed overcrowded conditions and healthcare problems.
http://politics.blog.ajc.com/2016/1...onservative-dalton-based-georgia-senate-seat/The Dalton-based Senate seat up for grabs in a special election should be a safely conservative district. But Democrats are hoping an independent candidate can squeak by in a low-turnout vote